Trinity 2014


Are Hard Cases Borderline Cases?
Diana Raffman (University of Toronto)
Thursday, 1 May 5.30pm (preceded by refreshments at 5.15)
Senior Common Room, Law Faculty



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On Raz On Rights
David Frydrych (University of Oxford)
Thursday, 8 May 5.30pm (preceded by refreshments at 5.15)
Senior Common Room, Law Faculty



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The Myth of Balancing: Limits on constitutional rights
Richard Moon (University of Windsor)
Thursday, 15 May (preceded by refreshments at 5.15)
Senior Common Room, Law Faculty



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TBA
David Plunkett,
(Dartmouth College)
Thursday, 22 May 5.30pm (preceded by refreshments at 5.15) 
Senior Common Room, Law Faculty



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Naturalism and the Demarcation Problem
Giovanni Battista Ratti (University of Genoa)
Thursday, 29 May 5.30pm (preceded by refreshments at 5.15)
Senior Common Room, Law Faculty



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Some Positive Remarks about Unconstitutional Constitutional Change
Mikolaj Barczentewicz (University of Oxford)
Thursday, June 5 5.30pm (preceded by refreshments at 5.15)
Seminar Room F, Law Faculty



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Is the Obligation to Obey the Law Relational?
Leah Trueblood (University of Oxford)
June 12 5.30pm (preceded by refreshments at 5.15)
Senior Common Room, Law Faculty



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A Tale of Two Harts: The Paradox in Essays on Bentham
Shivprasad Swaminathan
(Jindal Global University)
June 19 5.30pm (preceded by refreshments at 5.15) 
Senior Common Room, Law Faculty



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